Western Wall workers remove thousands of notes left by visitors in the cracks of the wall using wooden sticks dipped in the mikveh, or ritual bath; they will then be taken for burial.
We, who have drifted away from Tisha B'Av and the Temple Mount, should be grateful to both of them.
Egypt to tell Palestinians: Peace process will fail without unity between rivals Hamas and Fatah.
Activists on behalf of abducted soldier to rally at Gaza border to mark third anniversary of his kidnapping.
Move comes following use of left-wing lecturers to 'mentally prepare' officers before service.
At the end of the day and after all the speeches, the Palestinian state - and with it the State of Israel - will rise or fall on Jerusalem, the most legitimate and greatest Israeli settlement ever.
Parties tell president to stop 'interfering' in controversial political matters in response to Peres' comments.
Emily Amrusi, a former Yesha Council spokeswoman and a resident of the Talmon settlement, dared in her book 'Tris' to describe the settlers as ordinary people.
Army Radio reports GOC Central Command received death threats over removal of West Bank outposts.
Comment comes in the wake of reports that the U.S. was mulling limiting support of Israel.
Netanyahu and his ministers now have to control their predecessors' extensive damage and lower expectations again.
Rabbis said it is unimaginable that IDF soldiers would take part in 'unethical' destruction of outposts.
If made law, public denial of Israel's right to be 'Jewish, democratic' would be punishable by year in jail.
Oren Zer, a Hebron settler, made gesture towards two policemen shortly after Gaza disengagement.
Senior Yesha Council official: Most of the outposts called illegal have actually been authorized.